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Graças à classificação intermédia não-oficial de Kartcom, podemos fazer o ponto da situação das Taças do Mundo KF2 e KF3 em Sarno, durante a pausa para o almoço de Sábado. Esta classificação, actualizada após cada manga, pode ser consultada aqui para a KF2 et aqui para a KF3.

 

Loris Spinelli (Tony Kart/Vortex) ocupa a primeira posição na KF2 após as suas 3 vitórias consecutivas, na frente de Paolo Ippolito (Tony Kart/Vortex) autor de 2 vitórias e de Antonio Giovinazzi (PCR/Parilla). O Britânico Tom Joyner (LH/TM) aparece em 4º na frente do Tailandês Tanart Sathienthirakul (Tony Kart/TM). O 1º Francês, Pascal Belmaaziz (DR/Parilla) é 19º, enquanto John Filippi (Exprit/Vortex) foi desclassificado devido às 90 g que lhe faltavam à chegada da sua manga vitoriosa. Sem estes infelizes 29 pontos, ele encontra-se em 30º em vez de 11º. Victor Compère (FA Kart/Vortex) é actualmente 35º.

 

Na KF3, é muito cerrado entre Max Verstappen (CRG/Parilla) líder e 3 vezes vencedor, Charles Leclerc (Intrepid/TM) poleman e Antonio Fuoco, também conhecido por Speedy, (Tony Kart/Vortex), ambos vitoriosos por duas vezes. Os Britânicos Matthew Graham (Zanardi/Parilla) e Callan O'Keeffe (FA Kart/Vortex) aparecem em 4º e 5º, na frente do Norueguês Dennis Olsen (Energy/TM) e da excelente Suíça Luana Krattiger (Tony Kart/Vortex). Esteban Ocon (FA Kart/Vortex) encontra-se numa boa 11ª posição, Paolo Besancenez (Sodi/Parilla) é 17º, Erwan Julé (Inytrepid/TM) 23º, Valentin Naud (Tony Kart/Vortex) 31º e Dorian Boccolacci (Birel/BMB) 38º.

 

 

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Se os primeiros treinos cronometrados da KF1 de Sarno reservam algumas surpresas, não é pelo poleman. Embora irreconhecível com o fato de competição e o capacete cor de laranja, Nyck De Vries (Zanardi/Parilla) conseguiu o melhor tempo, 1'04''754, mesmo no último minuto da sessão. Depois em segundo encontramos Karol Basz (RK/BMB), líder até esse momento, a apenas 4 centésimos, enquanto na família Tony Kart, é Ignazio D'Agosto quem se destaca com o seu 3º cronometrado.

 

Alexander Albon (Intrepid/TM) coloca-se em 4º com uma diferença de 0.165. Aparentemente, Léo Roussel utiliza da melhor maneira o seu chassi Sodi inovador, tendo em conta o seu 6º cronometrado. 21 Pilotos participam nesta 4ª prova do Campeonato do Mundo KF1 com a ausência de Loïc Réguillon (Sodi/Parilla) e Davey Kock (Gillard/Parilla).

 

 

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Como já é hábito, Nyck de Vries apresentou este Sábado de manhã as suas novas cores para a 4ª e penúltima edição do Campeonato do Mundo KF1 em Sarno. Dois Países são representados : A Itália com a decoração tricolor do chassi italiano Zanardi, do italiano Dino Chiesa na pista italiana de Sarno...

 

A Holanda dá a sua cor laranja ao fato de competição do campeão, tirada do emblema floral vermelho de Friesland, a sua província Natal. Também o laranja, mas um pouco mais claro, para o novo capacete que possui igualmente um código de barras 2D, do qual vamos investigar na internet...

 

O conjunto é bastante colorido, cheio de significado, original, embora a paleta seja um pouco berrante.

 

 

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International > World Cup

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What with 94 competitors in KF2 and 104 in KF3, the World Cup of these two categories is pretty overloaded. Following the qualifying heats held this Friday morning, the competitors have now started their qualifying rounds this Friday afternoon and these will come to an end on Saturday evening for the KF2 series and as late as Sunday morning for the KF3.

 

In KF2, the amazing pole man Alessio Guazzaroni (Tony Kart-BMB) (see photo) was back in the pack having been penalised for excessive speed at the start. If he wants to confirm his pole position, he will need to come up trumps during the three qualifying heats he still needs to complete. In front of their supporters, there are in fact three Italians who proved to be the most successful with Loris Spinelli (Tony Kart-Vortex) clinching two heat victories, as also two successes for Paolo Ippolito (Tony Kart-Vortex) and one for Antonio Maria Giovinazzi (PCR-Parilla). The Brit Tom Joyner (LH-TM) was the only one to steal a heat win from the local drivers. On the other hand misfortune for the Frenchman John Filippi (Exprit-Vortex), involved in an accident at the start of the second heat, having signed a 3rd best time during practice.

 

The fastest in KF3 in the practice sessions was Charles Leclerc (Intrepid), who confirmed his top speed during the only heat he competed in. If on the one hand "Speedy" (alias Antonio Fuoco) impressed one and all by winning two heats, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (CRG-Parilla) on the other hand came up trumps once, and showed himself to be extremely fast. Amongst the drivers up front during the practice sessions, the most unlucky one was the Dane Nicolai Sylvest (Tony Kart-Vortex), forced to retire in his second qualifying heat after having won the first one. Also worth mentioning was the great performance put in by the Swiss female competitor Luana Emanuela Krattiger (Tony Kart-Vortex), who climbed up into 2nd place in her first qualifying heat following a 21st best time in the practice sessions.

 

This coming Saturday, all pretenders for victory in the KF2 and KF3 World Cups will carry on with their qualifying heats whilst the KF1 World Championship drivers will get down to serious business with their two qualifying heats as also their two first Races of the weekend. Sunday they will be taking on a similar programme ... with a fourth and final Race broadcast live on Sport Italia 2. Present in Sarno, this Italian station will be broadcasting the event live from 16.00hrs through until 18.00hrs (namely the Finals of the KF2 and KF3 World Cups as also the fourth Race of the KF1 World Championship).

 

 

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Sunshine everywhere, temperatures of over 30°C... The participants in the CIK-FIA World Cup for KF3 held this weekend at Sarno have not been surprised by the conditions prevailing during the first powerful moments of the meeting on this Friday morning, namely timed practice.

 

Five KF3 Junior (13-15 years old) Drivers ended their own qualifying session within the same tenth of a second. But it was Charles Leclerc (Intrepid-TM) who had the last word. "It was all functioning fine and I concentrated well", explained the Monaco competitor. "Up until now, I had never been lucky on the circuit of Sarno but it is apparently different this year." Second in practice, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (CRG-Parilla) has confirmed that one would have to count on him since he finished ahead of the Italian Alessio Lorandi (Tony Kart-Vortex), Denmark's Nicolai Sylvest (Tony Kart-Vortex), the European Champion George Russel (Intrepid-TM), the Italian Speedy (alias Antonio Fuoco, Tony Kart-Vortex), Britain's Matthew Graham (Zanardi-Parilla) and Harrison Scott (Intrepid-TM), France's Dorian Boccolacci (Birel-BMB) and the Briton Callan O'Keeffe (FA Kart-Vortex).

 

For them and for all these KF3 Drivers (102 in total!), the long list of qualifying heats begins this Friday afternoon and will end on Sunday morning. For them also, only 34 places will be available in the Final. It all promises to be quite hot at the foot of the Vesuvius!

 

 

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